Leave it to Mariano Di Vaio to put a unique spin on something as simple as black pants and a black tee. An ability to accessorise is key to keeping it interesting: a hat, a pendant necklace, a fob chain and some tan brogues beneath bare ankles.
Here’s one way to work a print for men: Mariano di Vaio sticks to black and white, meaning there’s no added confusion around mixing colour. Black pants, a white shirt and a black and white printed blazer makes for a failsafe way to add some print into an outfit.
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They’re boldly mustard-yellow and look to be made of neoprene. Blogger/model Mariano Di Vaio made an unusual trouser choice during Milan fashion week, but it paid off. Turns out scuba pants are a more wearable piece of casual menswear than you ever might have guessed.
How do you beat the heat while still looking photo-worthy during the summer edition of Pitti Uomo? With colour, print and accessories: between those three things, a shirt with rolled-up sleeves and no tie has enough impact to catch the eye. Style blogger/model Mario Di Vaio wore his with leather braces and a flat cap for a vintage-meets-modern look.
Pitti brings many tailored menswear looks out into the open… But that’s not to say you can’t spot casual, off-duty outfits in abundance too. This one features skinny jeans, boots, a simple black tee and oversized parka. A floral scarf adds boldness and flamboyance, but you could just as easily do without for a more toned-down look.
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